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Application of video error resilience techniques for mobile broadcast multicast services (MBMS)

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2004-12-13 - 2004-12-15
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With data throughput for mobile devices constantly increasing, services such as video broadcast and multicast are becoming feasible. The 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) committee is currently working on a standard for mobile broadcast and multicast services (MBMS). MBMS is expected to enable easier deployment of video and multimedia services on 3G networks. We present an overview of the standard including the proposed architecture and requirements focusing on radio aspects. We discuss the issue of video error resilience in such services that is critical to maintain consistent quality for terminals. The error resilience techniques currently used in video streamingservices are not suitable for MBMS services. We analyze the error resilience techniques that are applicable within the context of MBMS standard and present our early research in this area.
Title: Application of video error resilience techniques for mobile broadcast multicast services (MBMS).
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Name(s): Furht, Borko, creator
Praveenkumar, Sanigepalli, creator
Kalva, Hari, creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Article
Issuance: single unit
Date Issued: 2004-12-13 - 2004-12-15
Publisher: IEEE
Physical Description: text/pdf [7p]
Language(s): English
Summary: With data throughput for mobile devices constantly increasing, services such as video broadcast and multicast are becoming feasible. The 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) committee is currently working on a standard for mobile broadcast and multicast services (MBMS). MBMS is expected to enable easier deployment of video and multimedia services on 3G networks. We present an overview of the standard including the proposed architecture and requirements focusing on radio aspects. We discuss the issue of video error resilience in such services that is critical to maintain consistent quality for terminals. The error resilience techniques currently used in video streamingservices are not suitable for MBMS services. We analyze the error resilience techniques that are applicable within the context of MBMS standard and present our early research in this area.
Identifier: 347823 (digitool), FADT347823 (IID), fau:2115 (fedora)
Note(s): This following citation should be used when referencing this article: Praveenkumar, S.; Kalva, H. Furht, B. Application of video error resilience techniques for mobile broadcast multicast services (MBMS) Multimedia Software Engineering, 2004. Proceedings. IEEE Sixth International Symposium on (0‐7695‐2217‐3) 13‐15 Dec. 2004. p.507.
Praveenkumar, S., Kalva, H., & Furht, B. Application of video error resilience techniques for mobile broadcast multicast services (MBMS). Proceedings of the IEEE Sixth International Symposium on Multimedia Software Engineering, (ISMSE 2004) 13‐15 December 2004. p. 507 (0‐7695‐2217‐3/04).
Subject(s): Multimedia systems.
Broadcasting --Technological innovations.
Wireless communication systems.
Multimedia communications.
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Owner Institution: FAU